The Sphinx competition has allowed for more musical opportunities to minority string players than before the competition began 18 years ago says the artistic director.
The Interlochen Arts Academy is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a national concert tour — including a stop in Detroit on Thursday.
A group of white coats are doing more than saving lives — they’re saving the music.
One of the highlights of the concert will be the performance of “Elegia Andina” by Gabriela Lena Frank, a graduate of the University of Michigan.
The Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra will kick off their 2011-2012 Concert Season on a high note with Pops at Pine Lake – a Season Opening Gala at Pine Lake Country Club.
The Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra is returning to a five concert series after budget rebuilding efforts required several years of abbreviated performances.
The war of words continues between The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the striking musicians.
The DSO announced that the pops concerts An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein scheduled for January 13th thru 16th have been cancelled. Striking musicians will play their own concerts Jan 15th and 22nd.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra management has rejected a proposal from Governor Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Senator Carl Levin that called for a three year contract with total compensation of $36 million.
More woes for the DSO – the Detroit Symphony Orchestra says it has finished the fiscal year $8.8 million in the red.